Latin American Exhibit Opens Sunday for
Mana Contemporary's Open House
"Mana Contemporary will debut a show of contemporary Latin American art Sunday, May 1, for its latest open house, which runs from 1 to 6 p.m. The work from the Tiroche DeLeon Collection is curated by Catherine Petitgas and it's located in Mana's 50,000 square-foot Glass Gallery. The collection boasts over 400 works by both established and emerging artists from all over the world, including about a third from Latin America. The exhibit is titled "Everything you Are I am Not," after a work by Argentine artist Adrian Villar Rojas. The exhibit will be on view through August. More than 60 works are featured. Fashion collective threeASFOUR will premiere their immersive short film, Tree of Life, made in collaboration with digital artist Alex Czetwertynski. At six minutes, it leaps into the unseen dimensions, using 3D fractal animation. The film premieres exclusively at Mana Contemporary on Sunday and will screen continuously through July 9. Remaining on display is the sculpture exhibit "Wake the Town and Tell the People," which opened last Sunday for International Sculpture Day."
The Jersey Journal
April 27, 2016